Set during the Japanese occupation of Shanghai, A Jewish Girl in Shanghai is an animated film that tells the story of three children. The movie has won numerous awards in Israel and mainland China.
On the night of his tenth wedding anniversary, Kai suddenly collapses and is admitted to the hospital.
Kai is given an experimental technology that will allow to him to retain only one block of memory, leaving him with a difficult decision to make.
In going through his memories, Kai realizes that he hasn't been there for his family when they have needed him.
Kai regrets not having been there for his family and hopes in his heart for another chance.
Kai asks for his family's forgiveness and makes a promise to always bring them happiness.
If you could love again, would it be her?
If she gave up her dream to be a part of yours, would you love her all over again?
A mother brings her daughter to work. She works as a taxi driver.
We see that some people can't accept the mother bringing her child in the cab. There's a flashback showing how the cabbie's mother disaproves. But some customers are fine with it.
The cabbie's daughter shares her aspirations of being a Dumpling cook.
The cabbie reflects on her mother's advice verses what she chose to do with her life.
Before returning home, the cabbie picks up one last customer.
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On their first date, Tim asks Nini about her family background and life.
Nini learns that Tim is a music composer and Tim shares a song he created with her.
Sun Hao Yang plays a "piano" while his sister gives him some news.
When Sun Hao Yang is bullied by a student at the studio, the young girl stands up for him.
With Mom not around, the family is having a hard time adjusting to their new morning routine - especially the kids.
The kids leave for school, but with Mom gone and with Dad rushing off to work, they'll have to make the journey themselves.
The kids make their way to school, but it appears as though they may be taking the long way. Meanwhile, their teacher wonders why they're always late for class.
The kids are hard at work in class, and although their teachers know what's going on, there's little they can do. Meanwhile, Dad is hard at work at the factory.
China is a fast-changing place. New buildings go up, and old ones are torn down. On their way home from school, the kids are surrounded by these changes and it makes them reflect on the future of their own home.